Expired For A Decade

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The ISO 100 Fuji Neopan SS film, most common and least expensive Neopan film compared to the other Fuji Professional Black and White films. However, it is hard to find them nowadays as only few dealers stock them. Fuji Neopan SS is an old, very good fine grain B&W film that gives you seasoned and memorable pictures.

It started off when I went to my regular lab to develop my films. I was checking on some films there and wanted to buy some. Unfortunately, I did not have enough money. How sad :( But then, I asked the lady who works there if there are any expired films that I can buy. Luckily, she said yes. Then, she tossed out two rolls of Fuji Neopan SS out for me. I asked her, this must be expensive as they are kinda rare. But she gave them to me for free. That was my lucky day.

I checked the expiry date. On the box, it was on 2000. Woah, the films were already 11 years old! So, I took my time to shoot these films on my Olympus Mju 2.
And here are some of the results :

written by syafiqmddaud on 2011-05-18 in #reviews #fuji-neopan-ss #expired-film #random #user-review #grainy #experiments #black-and-white

4 Comments

  1. gelibee
    gelibee ·

    I had a similar experience, mine was like 2 decades old :P www.lomography.de/homes/gelibee/albums/1687706-of-churches-…

  2. niko_fuzzy
    niko_fuzzy ·

    im still finding neopan 1600. black and white. :(

  3. gelagoo
    gelagoo ·

    I have a bunch of these in my fridge! One of my favorites. :)

  4. lucianag
    lucianag ·

    I've just translated your article into Portuguese! :)

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